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to death at a party in northeast baltimore. the search is on for her killer. more than a dozen people stop this morning. we will tell you why. >> you are watching wbal tv 11 news at 6:00. >> the big story tonight, labor day weekend in baltimore. we have live team coverage of everything you need to know for the final weekend of summer. john collins is tracking the possibility of heavy rain with parts of the state under warnings for flash floods. sheldon dutes is live at the finale of the grand prix. >> the flood threat is for areas south of baltimore. that is where the rain has been falling today. we have been lucky in the metropolitan area. the rain has been minimal. we got hit yesterday with rain shower activity. the rain is on the lower eastern shore. it is raining in st. mary's county. that is where flooding has been an issue. in at our area, a couple of sprinkles. i will put the radar in motion. i will add the satellite imagery. the sun is breaking out around charlottesville. the rain has moved to the east. sun has not been a thing around baltimore. rain continues overhead. i will have
. baltimore city police are investigating a shooting involving one of their own. we are told the shooting happened 45 minutes ago and the 400 block of east loraine avenue. one officer shot a single suspect. we will have more information tomorrow morning. meantime, city police are looking for a missing teenager. officials say earlier this morning, a 13-year-old daniel jackson was arguing with his mother and the 1800 block of ruckston avenue. he has not been seen or heard from since. police say daniel is developmentally cha llenged. he was last seen wearing a turquoise paulo, blue and white shorts, and white sneakers. if he see daniel, you are asked to call 911 or the missing persons unit. our big story tonight -- the first full day of racing is over for the second annual grand prix of baltimore. how are things going for the second time around? george, how did things go? >> the organizers are not releasing attendance figures, but they are pleased with the crowds they have seen. the jury is still out on whether nearby businesses feel the same way. the race to the end of the second and no gra
the for the baltimore grand prix, our big story this morning. >> it all wraps up this morning. george lettis made a pit stop by the track to see how things were going. >> the race to the end of the second annual grand prix of baltimore is in the home stretch. so far, the new organizers of the race say despite literal bumps in the road, it's been a success, even though they know they won't make money on this. >> we came on board so late. we had about 100 days and we are realistic. to do it right, you need more than 100 days. >> making money was a big issue for downtown restaurants last year. a lack of marketing and access to places like harbor east, federal hill and little italy brought disappointing business. so far this year -- >> but this year it's improved. they're more familiar with what roads are closed and which ways they can travel, so if you come to little italy, you will not be blocked by any barricades. >> the races on saturday ended at around 6:30 instead of around 9:00 p.m. last year and we are told they redesigned the track to allow better access to neighborhoods. but do these crowds compa
after a house fire in east baltimore. what neighbors had to say about the victim. >> cheering crowds for both the presidential candidates where they visited. >> and the first full day of the grand prix is in the books. what you can expect today. 11 news sunday morning starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> live, local, late breaking, this is 11 news sunday morning. >> welcome to 11 news sunday morning, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first let's check outside with meteorologist tony pann. it stinks, it's swampy outside. it's nasty. >> 5:00 in the morning! >> don't you think it smells funny outside? >> i don't know where you were traveling. >> where were you? >> the air quality in baltimore stinks. >> the mold spores are high because of the rain. >> you don't stink, though. >> i did shower this morning. >> thank you. >> we did shower -- not together. >> where is this show going? it's 5:00 and you've dragged us into the mud. 72 at the airport, humidity over 90%. you'll feel that when you step outside this morning but i think it'
&pgood evening, i'm karen parks jeff abell is off tonight. the baltimore grand prix has a brief history full of stops and starts both on and off the afternoon, race orggnizers hope to buuld the race's reputation into a truly international event. eveet. myranda stephenn is tracksi toniggt with a look at how the grand rix is impacting the city's economy. &peconomy.karen, while lastt year's grand prix was arguably aafinancial flop for the city... many local businesses saw a big boost from the race. and now they're hoping to have even more success... this second time around. 3 nats of restaurant!! at pratt street aae house... there was plenty of ale... nats of drinks? and a whole 24:27 so much fun really , !!!- really cool seeinggthese cars go by 31 the downtown restaurant and bar sits right aaong pratt street - a prime viewing location for this year's baltimore grand prix. rian meise/waiter 13:19 my customers have been from like new york and new hampssire. so peeple are i've had a few tables from the south 8 according to visit baltimore... last year's race drew an estimated 150-
in full effect up in baltimore this afternoon. izod indycar series, the grand prix of baltimore. some action here lap nine. ed carpenter flies off the -- oh! into the wall. carpenter would not finish the race. then the final lap now after carpenter hits his issues straightened out. ryan hunter ray in the lead and he wins the 2012 grand prix of baltimore. and after three rounds, louis oosthuizen leads the deutsche bank championship. a three-shot lead ahead of rory mcilroy. >> should be great. roddick kept going all the way to the finals. >> that's what everybody wants. and to see more cut aways of his wife. >> nightly news is up next. we'll be back at 11:00. until then, good night, everybody. president clinton: this election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job
. no lightning detected. there could be thunder from the cell as it drifts through baltimore city. another storm east of edgemere. no lightning just yet. chance of storms producing lightning is there. here's the forecast hour-by-hour. 76 degrees. humidity 73. chance of a shower. wake up to showers tomorrow morning at 71. we have an ugly forecast to share coming up. > >>> let us not forget isaac. those living on the gulf coast will not. isaac, it came as a hurricane. it seems to have done a lot of damage already. many victims are spending another day with no electricity and tropical temperatures. they are wondering when the weather will go away. >> reporter: remnants of hurricane isaac were strong enough to spawn tornadoes in arkansas saturday. isaac is gone. hurricane left behind a trial by water. >> we are getting ready to get washed -- washed away. this is the result of plaquemines parish. whole neighborhoods swamped by currents. the only way to go home is by boat. they are keeping a nervous eye north of new orleans . on saturday residents were told to evacuate quickly over fears it would r
. the boy's name has not been released. >> expect delays if you're heading to baltimore this weekend. the city is hosting an indy car race. several roads are closed, but the highways are still open. you might run into some traffic. the indy car race is tomorrow afternoon. there are other series races leading up to that main event, beginning late in the morning. >> the democratic national convention kicks off on monday. this year it's being held in the key battleground state of north carolina. sharla will hold the event with thousands descending on the queen city to see president obama accept his party's no nomination for a second term in office. craig boswell has the details. >> here on thursday, the president of the united states will accept his party's presidential nomination at the conclusion of the dnc. >> susan charlotte to host our convention was no accident. north carolina is a critical battleground state in the 2012 election. >> the chairwoman says this convention is anything but conventional. >> we are doing things differently than any convention we have seen. we are thr
only if they have a crime. reporting a baltimore neighborhood just signed an agreement to use cameras wired directly to the police department. now under d.c. law, they have more freedom with cameras than police do. >>> we reached out to the d.c. police about adding private cameras with their response right now as we believe that the surveillance camera adds a level of security to a business or privately owned home they say and we would encourage them to get them when feasible. >>> we've got a live look outside right now. a little gray and rainy. taking place on the west lawn of the capital. moved inside to the kennedy center because of the weather. show time is at 8:00. an an joins us live from the weather center. >> reporter: well tonight, we may see isolated spots of showers and storms, but i don't think that we'll see them. tomorrow though, the barbecue plan. well, don't forget it quite yet, but you may want a back up inside plan. take a look at your doppler radar. generally cloudy conditions, but to the south of us out towards leonardstown, you're looking at a thunderstorm right n
at quantico. 75 at d.c. we have 76 at baltimore. 73 at gaithersburg. 75 this hour at culpeper and 73 at winchester. let's go to radar. we've had some storms that kicked up tonight and now a lot of activity here to our south. all ahead and along a cold front. this is the frontal system here that is slowly slid its way to the south of us and a lot of instability created as a result of it. because it was warm and really humid today. so this coming into this very warm, unstable air mass. a lot of lightning in these storms as well. will wane out in the overnight hours. we still can't rule out another additional isolated storm popping up here and there and scattered showers into the d.c. region and areas to our north and south. you can see a little bit of where this frontal system is now as it gradually starts to slide its way down. let's go to our weather map. we have widespread wet weather to talk about. take a look at this. you see the spin in this? this is the remnants of isaac and this is going to move its way towards us as
's. >> this is wbal 11 news in baltimore. >> it's 8:26. baltimore city police are investigating a shooting involving several of their own officers that happened around 10:00 p.m. on lorraine avenue. police say detectives observed an armed man who ran inside and the man drew a semi-automatic handgun, pointing it in the direction of police. the detectives have been placed on administrative duty. baltimore county police called to the 7100 block of darlington drive in parkville tee bee's bar where investigators found tavares lonell jones. he was stabbed while breaking up a fight. jones was taken to the hospital where he later died. city fire officials are trying to determine what sparked a fire that killed one person in east baltimore. this picture was provided by the baltimore city fire department. the fire happened just before 3:00 saturday in the 15000 block of holbrook street. neighbors say the victim was known in the neighborhood. >> he was a good guy. he was a real good guy. everybody loved him in the neighborhood. everybody loved him. the whole neighborhood knew him well. >> police say while sear
was taken. >>> a church in baltimore county set up a fund for the teenager shot at a high school last week. 17-year-old daniel buroe was injured when he was shot by a fellow student. the perry hall worship center is planning a celebration when daniel is released from the hospital. robert gladen junior has been charged with the shooting. >>> a news alert now out of south korea. the reverend sun young moon died. he came to fame in the 70s and 80s for holding mass weddings for thousands of followers that he matched. he proclaimed himself a messiah starting the unification church. the church was accused of using devious recruitments practices. eventually the church built a business empire that included the washington times newspaper. moon reportedly died of pneumonia at a church owned hospital at his home northeast of seoul. he was 92 years old. >>> 67 years ago americans celebrated the ends of world war ii as victory overjapan day. it was celebrated at the world war ii memorial in washington. john henrehan has the story of the remembrance and the tale of a kid from massachusetts that fought i
of the sea toward baltimore and aberdeen. >> the humidity level -- but temperatures -- all right. you for joining us. hope to see you at 0:00. female announcer ] you want family dinner to be special. dad, we want pizza. you guys said tacos. [ female announcer ] it doesn't always work out that way. you know what? we're spending too much money on eating out anyway. honey, come look at this. [ female announcer ] my money map from wells fargo is a free online tool that helps you track your spending. so instead of having to deit with a tight budget, you could have a tighter family. ♪ wells fargo. together we'll go far. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios
. a huge success. the a's lead the wild-card race two games ahead of baltimore can up again in half behind the top two teams get the playoff berth. giants in chicago, down the left-field line this clears the bases. three runs scored. he made it 4-0 in the first frame. tim lincecum had seven strikeouts giants win, 5-2. what about the dodgers, up against arizona, watched up and gun down his man with room he goes on to the ball and arizona takes care of the dodgers, the dodgers went 2-1. the last time nevada lost to cal was 1903 the bears return to renovated at memorial stadium over 63,000 on hand to watch the cal quarterback was bench to start the game down 14-0 he finds him for a 37 yd touchdown. the bears down 21-7. the playmaker keen in allen a 39 yd run in pallas down seven. and still down seven in the fourth maynard began rolls left a nice catch he takes it in tied at 24. nevada does not go away. stefan jefferson his third touchdown of the game cal loses its opener 31-24. usc trojans led by matt barclays' first play from scrimmage against hawaii, breaks free down the far side and on 75
dermtelling at the johns hopkins -- dermatology at the johns hopkins center in baltimore. ten years ago he never saw skin cancer in a child. now he sees a few cases a year. >> commensurate with the adult epidemic in skin cancer, children not far behind. clearly, people are getting more sun exposure. and kids are getting tons of sun exposure, particularly early in life. >> reporter: dr. cohen says it's not just melanoma that's on the rise, he's seeing more incidents of less serious basal and squ m squaumous cell cancer, as well. he believes genetics and more exposure to ultraviolet light are factors. >> i think some of the problem in children under the age of 12 is that we don't understand what it means for them lifelong. >> reporter: for example, the chance of recurrence after a melanoma be as high as 50%. but dr. cohen worries that in a child who has years and years left to live, that chance could be much higher. that's why melissa says she's constantly checking all of her children's skin. >> so many people don't think kids are going to get skin cancer. it doesn't discriminate, and it do
in baltimore. drivers will be putting the pedal to the metal for the grand prix in baltimore. drivers will race around a two-mile track hoping to capture the title. this great new race was almost cancelled as last year's promoters left the city with millions of dollars in unpaid bills. but a sports marketing firm took over the event and ensured this race will be better than last year's. so won't be dealing with slick pavement to make things dicey. >>> well, speaking of the roads coming up, why arlington plans to paint some lanes green. >>> and a special election that will >>> hi, everyone. welcome to news4 today. i'm angie goff. >> i'm erica gonzalez. september 2, 2012. it was pretty stormy last night in case i was the only one i heard it. it was really loud, it was really bright. quite a lightning show. and today looks like it could be the same. >> yeah, that's right. meteorologist kim martucci is on shower watch. >> hey, guys, yes. we'll give the showers until around the lunch hour for metro d.c. but off to the west we have them pushing in from the shenandoah. it's 79 in monasses and if you'r
. authorities came across his name with another immigrant from baltimore and associated with khalid sheikh muhammed the architect of 9/11. then they came across with caris to check out the brooklyn bridge it turns out he visited afghanistan and had been -- bad to the terrorism training camps and met osama bin laden and the fbi was very interested in him. ferris was questioned march 2003. he mentioned a conversation they had and the idea to shoot up some shopping mall. and also the name of christopher came up. even to the in the slowdown in effect with three were arrested and a charge. and also would terrorism related crimes he pleaded guilty in may in virginia of 2003. the radio was he had a lot to offer the government and could maybe get a reduction in his sentence. but his case leaked and the government was forced to publicize the conviction and then ferris loss a bargaining chip meanwhile the government was very interested in that somali immigrant. he had a family and they were tracking him and more concerned about the shopping mall threat. somebody made a throw a comment and we announc
for speed in baltimore. some of the best drivers in the world will hit the streets for the second annual grand prix of baltimore. this from last yeis from last y. this great new race was almost cancelled as last year's promoters left the city with millions of dollars in unpaid bills. but a sports marketing firm took over the event and ensured this race will be even better than last year. >>> and the time right now, 6:54. more on sports. a wild game for the nationals and navy plays football across the pond. >> that's right. carol maloney has all the highlights in today's sports minute. >> good morning, everyone. i'm carol maloney. we start with baseball. cardinals/nationals, game 3 of their set. this goes into the ninth tied at nine until david freese of st. louis hits an rbi single and that wins it the cards. stephen strasburg takes the mound for the final game today. >>> to college football, ed sell and the terps playing post to william & mary. tribe led 6-0 for most of the quarter. a six-yard touchdown for justice picket and that was all it would take as maryland picks up the victory.
to be a hassle-free, fun-filled evening at the maryland state fair in baltimore county. those plans quickly went south when mother nature began to show her ugly face on the infield racetrack where the stage was set up. concert organizers quickly put the brakes on the show and herded thousands of fans off the grounds into shelters just as the storm was moving in. the rain, wind and lightning tore through the skies above asconcert goers scurried looking for a place to hunker down in. the storm blew through and just as everyone thought the coast was clear, another round came and slammed them. >> get out of here. we have other storms coming in. >> reporter: and that's whentempers began to flare among anxious fans waiting to see the band play. >> this is crazy. rain or shine. it's not even raining anymore. i'm staying here. >> reporter: but after the disaster that took place last year killing five at the indiana state fair when their stage collapsed, these concert organizers aren't taking any chances. >> i don't mind. i would rather be safe than get struck by lightning. >> reporter: and officially, t
center in baltimore after one others to open fire last week. they are asking for prayers for his family. the church has been raising money to help cover medical expenses and police in prce george's county are asking for your help to find a man in a stock a -- who shot a store clerk. they say he refused to hand over cash. the clerk is recovering with non-life-threatening injuries. and tomorrow the anniversary of v.j. day honoring veterans and those who lost their lives at the world war ii memorial this morning. wreaths were placed at the freedom wall where gold stars commemorate the more than 400,000 americans who gave their lives during the war. >> the generation won that war and they not only say to that nation, -- they said the world. >> there was the signing ceremony that occurred on board the uss missouri. coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 another derailment for the train company csx. and penn state took to the field for the first time this season. hurricane isaac's >> it has happened again, another csx train derailed. at least one tumbled into a neighborhood backyards hitting a util
were 2 1/2 games in front when we started that game one in baltimore. if we win tomorrow night, we will come home two games in front. steve: if that is what we have left one out of three is not too bad. [laughter] ken: it is what it is. the pay-off pitch. atta boy. that is in the gap. so pauley will score. now he will go on and turn it into a triple. it's a 5-1 ball game. yes. steve: orlando gets one on the outer third and crushes it into the gap for a triple. ken: that will bring up tank. he is 1-3 tonight. he has had some good rips. he has probably had the best rips of anybody against -vscherzer. that last time up, he just missed hitting one way out of here. but here is what he did in the fifth inning. steve: it's our ford drive of the game, and it is a ringing double off the wall. up until this inning, our only extra-base hit of the night. ken: also if you are just tuning in, adam dunn was scratched because of a slight strain of the oblique. when that ball comes down, this ball game will be over. so, we just g
. meeting was held in baltimore in september 1831. their platform, as you might have guessed, was opposition to secret societies like the free masons and the power such societies wielded in u.s. politics, real or imagined. >>> thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. >>> hello, everyone, i'm fredricka whitfield in atlanta with a quick look at the top stories. >>> the stage set in charlotte, north carolina. the democratic national convention gets under way on tuesday. but the big question -- can president barack obama re-ignite the spark from four years ago? a top advisor to the president says his message will be a lot more positive than what the republicans focused on last week. >> in tampa we saw nothing but insults and old slogans and tired old ideas. in charlotte, the president's going to focus on a plan to provide the middle class of this country some necessary an needed security by investing in research and innovation and in strengthening the middle class and i think a pathway to moving us forward. >> remember, our live coverage of the dnc s
for its firsts. in 1832, the first dnc was held in a baltimore saloon. a hundred years later, franklin delano roosevelt was the first major party candidate to accept the nomination in person. in 1940, fdr's wife eleanor was the first woman to address a national political convention. in 1984, geraldine ferraro was the first woman placed on the national ticket by a major party. in 2000, the first jewish candidate. and this year, the first hispanic to deliver the keynote address at the dnc. preparations for the four-day convention have been under way for months. the time warner arena is going through a $7 million renovation. 400 seats will be temporarily removed to make room for the stage, podium, and of course television cameras. >> from day one, all of our efforts, from format to funding, have maintained a singular focus, to put on the most open and accessible convention in history. >> reporter: mayor anthony fox hopes the convention will showcase what the queen city has to offer. >> the convention will beincredh carolina to demonstrate that we are a dynamic, diverse, and vibrant state,
long-endingtincanti-masonic party. the meeting was held in baltimore in 1831678 the platform, as you might have guessed, was operation to secret societies like the free masons and the powers wielded in u.s. politics, real or imagined. >>> thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> we are in charlotte this morning for the democratic convention, and the horns of journalism just finished covering the republican extra extravagranda are starting to arrive. we'll look ahead to the renomination and whether the media will be as sympathetic to president obama as they were four years ago. we were scrutinize reporting on mitt romney's convention which often seemed to be about everything else but the nominee, from the tropical storm to, yes, clint eastwood. >>> plus, yahoo! firing a top executive for a crude anti-romney joke. was the punishment too harsh? >>> i'm howard kurtz, and this is a special convention edition of "reliable sources." >>> the challenge for journal t journalists here in north carolina
, albert, was struck by a car crossing the street after watching a baseball game in baltimore. tipper and i watched as he was thrown 30 feet through the air and scraped another 20 feet on the pavement after he hit the ground. i ran to his side and held him and called his name, but he was limp and still, without breath or pulse. his eyes were open with the empty stare of death. and we prayed, the two of us there in the gutter, with only my voice. his injuries inside and out were massive, and for terrible days he lingered between life and death. tipper and i spent the next 30 days and nights there at his bedside. our family was lifted and healed in no small measure by an incredible outpouring of love and compassion and prayers from thousands and thousands of people, most of whom we never even knew. albert is plenty brave and strong, and with the support of three wonderful sisters, korrina, kristin and sarah, and two loving parents, who helped him with his exercises every morning and prayed for him every night, he pulled through. and now, thank god, he has fully recovered and runs and plays an
example in baltimore. a child had been to the emergency room three times in the past month for asthma, but when finally the child showed up at the primary care office, the doctor found that not only did the child need the medication refilled, but they had been living in housing with asbestos and lead paint and triggering the child's as montthma, direct having an impact on the fact that the child had to go back to the e.r. again and again, because housing was at the root of it. >> i promise we have more on this this crisis is so complex, i wanted to bring it down, talk more about this, and what it looks like on the grown. the crisis is very real. the good news, there are some solutions and we'll try to talk a bit about that, next. muplin inst catar ntlr gh rg [ nn ]errequ [ nn ]errsfu owgrl. you won't just find us online, you'll also find us in person, with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. so when you call or visit, you can ask for a name you know. because personal service starts with a real person. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the star
to baltimore and he was associated with klieg mohamed. they came across the notion that faris may have been asked to check 0 out the brooklyn bridge, see what it would take to bring the brooklyn bridge down. it's obviously after the 9/11 athats. he actually visited afghanistan. he'd been to the camps some of the terrorism training camps. met weathered and mohamed and the fbi was interested in him. faris was questioned beginning in mar of 2003. and during the interviews with faris, he mentioned the conversation they had with and the idea of shooting up a shopping mall. and also the name of christopher paul, the third man at this coffee shop came up. authorities started to piece it together and eventually in a sort of slow domino effect, the three were arrested and charged. so faris, the pakistan immigrant was ultimately pleaded guilty to two chargeses of terrorism-related crimes. he pleaded guilty in a secret closed deal in may in virginia. may of 2003. the idea was that he had a lot to have offer the government and he might be able to get a reduction in the sentence based orb the informatio
was an immigrant to baltimore, and khan was associated with khalid shake no happened, the -- khalid sheikh no happened, the architect to have 9/11 attacks. and they came across faris' name, and the notion that he may have been asked to check out the brooklyn bridge, see what it would take to bring the brooklyn bridge down. turns out faris had visited afghanistan, he'd been to some of the terrorism training camps, he'd met bin laden, he'd met khalid sheikh mohammed. so the fbi was obviously very interested in him. faris was questioned begin anything march of 2003, and during the interviews with faris, he mentioned this conversation that today had had with, that abdi had had and this idea of shooting up a shopping mall. and also the name of christopher paul, the third man at this coffee shop, came up. authorities started to piece all this together, and eventually if a sort of slow domino effect the three were arrested and charged. so iman faris, the pakistani immigrant, ultimately needed guilty to two charges of terrorism-related crimes. he pleaded guilty in a secret, closed deal made in vir
you go to school and what did you study? >> guest: i went to public school in part 10 baltimore until the eighth grade. then i went to some boarding schools or very good in massachusetts. eagle brook school, i was there for eighth and ninth grade. best of its kind. in illinois, there were not too many people going off to schools at that time. half of my friends thought i was sent to military school or sent to reform school, which, played on the judgment of my character. either way, 180 kids at the top of the class. then i went to andover massachusetts, which is a spectacular place. they have one of the best in history departments on earth. i went to williams college in massachusetts. the way that happened was actually one of my mentors was a man who passed way too early. he was the headmaster of andover. in those days, you would go see the headmaster and he would say where would you want to go to college or a a lot of my friends wanted to go to this particular college and he said i don't think that's a good reason for you to go anyplace. he said you want he wants to write history book
after watching a baseball game in baltimore. he was thrown 30 feet in the air on impact and scraped along another 20 feet on the pavement after he hit the ground. i ran to his side and held him and called his name, but he was limp and still, without breath or pulse. his eyes were open with the empty stare of death, and we prayed, the two of us, there in the gutter, with only my voice. his injuries, inside and out, were massive, and for terrible days he lingered between life and death. tipper and i spent the next thirty days and nights at his bedside. our family was lifted and healed, in no small measure by the love, compassion and prayers of thousands of people, most of whom we never even knew. albert is plenty brave and strong, and with the support of three wonderful sisters-- karenna, kristin, and sarah-- and two loving parents who helped him with his exercises every morning and prayed for him every night, he pulled through. and now, thank god, he has fully recovered, and he runs and plays and torments his older sisters like any little boy. [applause] but that experience changed m
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